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Hey BC Bolters, I no longer have a stovebolt, but I have some stuff.....
#1199890 Mon Jan 16 2017 03:17 AM
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Hi Gals and Guys. I don't frequent the forums much these days, as I sold my last stove-bolt a few years ago. These days I have a fully modern work truck, a 1980 Kurbmaster Junior.

However, I am cleaning up my shop, and have a few items left over from my stove bolt days, and would like to sell them locally, to somebody on here preferably. This is why I'm posting here, and not in the for sale section, feel free to move this if needed moderator.
This stuff won't fit my current 292 so I don't need it.

I have:

A Rochester B carb in good shape (was in use on my truck)

A brand new un used water pump from Patricks speed shop, this is the, stick a 235 in place of your 216 one.

An Ibeam front 1/2 Ton front and a 1/2 ton rear axle '49 I believe

A 4 speed Trans, With band brake

A rebuilt un used long block and high comp head (I never ran this, and neither did the previous owner. I would open it and plastigauge and lube it)

I probably have some other stuff I'll uncover too.

I would be happy with $250 for all, obo.

I'd like to see someone get some use out of it, and would like it out of the shop. Open to offers.

Thanks.
Shoot me a PM and I'll email you. Or maybe you can email through the site here? I can't remember if that's an option.


Christopher

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Re: Hey BC Bolters, I no longer have a stovebolt, but I have some stuff.....
Mr. Lang #1199892 Mon Jan 16 2017 03:23 AM
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You should post a Parts For Sale ad/ads in the Swap Meet.

Be sure to follow the rules, and post your price for each item.


Tim
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- If you have to stomp on your foot-pedal starter, either you, or your starter, or your engine, has a problem.
- The 216 and early 235 engines are not "splash oilers" - this is a splash oiler. [chevy.oldcarmanualproject.com]
Re: Hey BC Bolters, I no longer have a stovebolt, but I have some stuff.....
Mr. Lang #1199928 Mon Jan 16 2017 07:32 AM
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Mr. Lang, do you validate ferry tickets.... ? wave


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Re: Hey BC Bolters, I no longer have a stovebolt, but I have some stuff.....
Mr. Lang #1202896 Sat Feb 04 2017 07:58 PM
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the ibeam frt end and rear end came out of my 53 Canadian 1430 if those are the same one's i'm thinking of. Hi Christopher, I'll have to get over to the rock to visit again. Susanne and I are in the midst of moving to Enderby B.C.as we started working out of the Vernon claim centre in the beginning of January


1947 Studebaker M15 on 76 GMC one ton dually chassis with 454 4 spd
1953 Chevrolet 1/2 ton p/u
1990 c2500 4x4 long box ext cab
Re: Hey BC Bolters, I no longer have a stovebolt, but I have some stuff.....
Super55 #1202897 Sat Feb 04 2017 08:12 PM
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Originally Posted by Super55
Mr. Lang, do you validate ferry tickets.... ? wave


....and print 'em off with a super-advanced printer like scam artists have been doing with Superbowl tickets....? wink

The fares are way too high, even for walk-on. cry






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